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Kristen Bell Told Her Kids Their Teeth Would Fall Out If They Spilled ‘Frozen 2’ Spoilers!

Kristen Bell Told Her Kids Their Teeth Would Fall Out If They Spilled ‘Frozen 2’ Spoilers!

Kristen Bell happily sits down to chat while visiting SiriusXM’s Town Hall at the SiriusXM Studios on Wednesday (November 13) in New York City.

The actress was joined by her Frozen 2 co-star Idina Menzel as they dished about the film with SiriusXM’s Jessica Shaw.

Kristen explained how her kids reacted to knowing all the secrets of Frozen 2.

“I told my kids everything. I was in the mood to be a cool mom. I tell them all the time. I tell them two things,” Kristen explained. “Number one: all your teeth are going to fall out, which is the best thing you can say to a kid. Number two: I was like okay, here’s what happens. After I read the script, I told them everything. They were excited and then it occurred to me that i was in breach of my contract. I told them it was very important that they don’t tell anyone at school.”

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EVENTS > 2019 > NOVEMBER 13: VISITS SIRIUSXM’S TOWN HALL AT SIRIUSXM STUDIOS IN NY

Kristen Bell & Jimmy Fallon Team Up for ‘History of Disney Songs’ Medley

Kristen Bell & Jimmy Fallon Team Up for ‘History of Disney Songs’ Medley

Kristen Bell and Jimmy Fallon impressively pulled off a medley of 17 Disney classics in an over five-minute segment on the The The Tonight Show (November 13).

The host and the actress kicked off their performance with “When You Wish Upon a Star,” then effortlessly covered “Under the Sea,” “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” “You’ve Got a Friend in Me,” as well as a few songs from Frozen, as well as a quick rendition of “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” from Mary Poppins.

Along the way, there were a few simple costume changes, a prop lion, and a flying rug for Aladdin. They finished with “Into the Unknown” from the upcoming Frozen 2, in which Bell stars as the voice of Anna.

For the finale, Bell gave it her all for “Let It Go,” complete with snow.

Kristen also hit the couch and talked to Jimmy about her brand new Disney+ show Encore and teases details about Frozen 2, which will hit theaters on November 22.

Bell was wearing a high neck sweater and satin wide-leg pants by alice + olivia.

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EVENTS > 2019 > NOVEMBER 12: THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JIMMY FALLON

Kristen Bell attends the ‘Frozen 2’ L.A. Red Premiere!

Kristen Bell attends the ‘Frozen 2’ L.A. Red Premiere!

Kristen Bell hit the red carpet for the premiere of her new Disney movie Frozen 2 on Thursday night (November 7) at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

The lady were joined at the event by co-stars Indina MenzelJosh GadJonathan GroffEvan Rachel WoodSterling K. BrownJeremy SistoJason RitterAlfred MolinaMartha Plimpton, and Rachel Matthews.

The movie will be hitting theaters on November 22 and tickets are already on sale for theaters around the country.

Bell was wearing a Dior dress, Brian Atwood shoes, and Roberto Coin jewelry.

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EVENTS > 2019 > NOVEMBER 07: PREMIERE OF FROZEN 2 IN HOLLYWOOD

Kristen Bell for Women’s Health Magazine

Kristen Bell for Women’s Health Magazine

If you want to get Kristen Bell’s attention, might I suggest you transform into a fitness ball or a nutritional supplement, a back stretcher or a muscle roller on social media. “If I see it, I’m getting it,” the 39-year-old says of what could generally be referred to as wellness Instagram. “I can’t tell you how susceptible I am to it—I just want to try everything.”

It’s how she wound up with, to date, Yamuna Balls, resistance bands, gliding discs, foam rollers, KeVita drinks, Moon Juice Dust, powdered camel milk, Sun Potion adaptogens, and something called the Chirp Wheel+. “That algorithm works,” Kristen says, biting into a spinach salad at a café in Los Angeles.

We’ve just come from a grueling Pilates class at Studio Metamorphosis next door, where the star of this month’s Frozen II alternated between singing and grunting through planks, pikes, and lunges, and in one instance, gripped the high bars of the reformer and suspended her frame above the machine in a V shape.

Kristen is a muscular 5’1½”, but until this past year, she had never done one workout consistently. About a year ago, however, she found what she likes to call “Studio Morph,” and for the first time in her life, she fell in love with exercise.

“I’ve always felt mentally strong because I’m adept and can banter and hold my own in a good conversation,” says Kristen. “But I’ve never felt physically strong. I felt waifish…or pregnant. And I’m loving the fact that if we ever get attacked by ninjas, I would be a valuable asset.”

Ideally, she makes it to a class three times a week, usually with a friend. (After she brought writers from The Good Place, one texted her: “Kristen, what hospital do you typically go to after this class?”) It’s a challenging workout that incorporates cardio, circuit training, and CrossFit elements, and its benefits for Kristen are numerous.

“It’s about the muscle in my body. Having children obliterated my abdominal wall,” she says of giving birth to daughters Lincoln, 6, and Delta, 4. “Good night. That’s a wrap. And I thought, Well, it’s never going to come back. What do I need it for? I’m married. Spanx exist. You don’t get everything all the time.” [More at Source]

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PHOTO SESSIONS & OUTTAKES > 2019 > WOMEN’S HEALTH US

MAGAZINE SCANS > 2019 > WOMEN’S HEALTH US – NOVEMBER

Kristen Bell for Refinery29

Kristen Bell for Refinery29

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PHOTO SESSIONS & OUTTAKES > 2019 > REFINERY29 MAGAZINE

Say you’re Kristen Bell. Say you’re on a daylong photo shoot, in the middle of capturing the fifth look — a sleek Versace number that’s emerald and gold; your hair perfectly poufed; your makeup flawless. You’re cheerfully giving everything you’ve got, even though it’s been several hours of this already, because that’s what you do. Then, suddenly, someone accidentally knocks over one of the plants near you on set. Do you: a) ignore it and keep posing; b) start screaming at the crew, how dare they, do they even know who you are?; c) squat in your stilettos and start cleaning up the mess as the crew rushes to help you, and then grab a broom and take it upon yourself to tidy up the floor, laughing and making jokes and even dancing around for a second, as people crowd around to snap photos of you being so absolutely Kristen Bell? 

WWKBD? The answer, of course, is C. And here, you might say, is the crux of Bell — a woman whose natural effervescence is such that despite being the cherished hero of a beloved cult television show, it was a video of herself melting down over a sloth on Ellen that really, truly, endeared her to the larger world. Kristen Bell is the hardest working woman in the room, but you wouldn’t even guess she’s not here just to have a good time. And that may be one of her greatest powers. 

She’s a woman of contradictions: Bell breathlessly pivots between froth and seriousness, jokes and sincerity, cleaning up a fallen plant while wearing 3-inch heels. It’s a quality that extends to her on-screen roles. In her existentialist NBC sitcom The Good Place, which is heading into its fourth and final season, Bell’s character is a bad person learning to be good. In Veronica Mars, which returned for a fourth season on Hulu 12 years after it was canceled, she’s a hard-nosed detective on the outside and a marshmallow on the inside. In Frozen 2, the sequel to the 2013 blockbuster Disney hit, out in November, she’s happy-go-lucky Princess Anna, a girl who copes with the pain and alienation of her life with a song. (Yes, she can sing, too.) Her career is full of performances that blend the sad and happy, highs and lows. As a person, she embodies the same. “It is a paradox because I was given this package, this is the bottle of molecules I was given, and it looks to be something that it’s not,” she says. “It’s why it’s funny when I swear. You just don’t think a little girl like this is going to swear at you that much.” [More at Source]